JBL Vibe Beam Écouteurs sans fil Noir


Marque JBL
Nom du modèle Faisceau vibe
Couleur Noir
Facteur de forme Dans l’oreille
Technologie de connectivité Sans fil
  • JBL Basses profondes
  • Coupe confortable
  • Jusqu’à 32 heures (8h + 24h) d’autonomie totale avec charge rapide
  • Appels mains libres avec VoiceAware
  • Résistant à l’eau et à la poussière
  • JBL Compatible avec l’application casque
UGS : B0BQPNMXQV Catégories: ,

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JBL Vibe Beam

JBL Deep Bass Sound

Get the most from your mixes with high-quality audio from secure, reliable earbuds with 8mm drivers featuring JBL Deep Bass Sound.

Simple, smart, everyday fun!


Bring your sound everywhere. With bass you can feel, up to 32 total hours of battery life, and a secure, comfortable stick-closed design, the splash and dust resistant JBL Vibe Beam are designed for your daily entertainment.

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JBL Vibe Beam

Comfortable fit

The ergonomic, stick-closed design of the JBL Vibe Beam fits so comfortably you may forget you're wearing them. The closed design excludes external sounds, enhancing the bass performance.

JBL Vibe Beam

Up to 32 total hours of battery life

With 8 hours of battery life in the earbuds and 24 in the case, the JBL Vibe Beam provide all-day audio. And when you need more power, you can speed charge an extra two hours in just 10 minutes.

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13 avis pour JBL Vibe Beam Écouteurs sans fil Noir

  1. Ernie cardinal1

    After I purchased these on a 50% off sale I received them very quickly!! It wasn’t until I was setting them up that I saw JBL’s reviews and all the others… they were rated as one of the lowest! But I found them to be amazing!!! Great bass, great sound, great reach,(I was on the other side of the building and still had full control and sound!!! I am over the moon with the quality

  2. Amazon Customer

    I consider myself a headphone snob. To me, most headphones sound like crap. Too brassy, too harsh, too tinny, too muddy. If I’m not paying $300 and up, I’m probably going to be disappointed.Well. Let me tell you, for the price, and the size, these JBL buds did not disappoint. Initially they did, and a small caveat, I needed to install the JBL app on my phone to get the EQ dialed in and switch to the bigger ear plug things, but after that, bliss. I’ve had them for about a week now, and I’d recommend these to anyone looking for bluetooth earbuds.

  3. Anon

    It’s perfect for music, but not for phone calls in a noisy environment. The person you are talking to would not be able to hear you clearly because of the background noise.

  4. Joel

    The sound is standard basic regular flat. No deep bass as advertized. The only way to improve the bass response is with the JBL app, which is annoying. The app starts by advertizing JBL products.When i put my earbuds in the case, it turns off the bluetooth connectivity as expected, but a glitch automatically opens random music app suggesgions such as youtube music, opens them on its own, and music starts playing in the background of my phone with no way of stopping it,no icon, or no screen to X out. I got to do a restart on my phone everytime i use them ear buds and put them back in the case. I got another cheap set of generic ear buds, and an older JBL set of buds, but they don’t do this. Only these vibe beams.I did manage my phone settings, but no success.My phone is a 2022 Android 8G Moto Edge.

  5. Carlos

    Not one thing to dislike! Happy with them


    Size of pods big….pain in ears…quality wise it is awesome…JBL rocks…but design sucks..nice battery

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  9. P. Dobrinen

    Top quality audio after a few adjustments
    This review is about the audio features of the JBL Vibe Beam earbuds.I’m an audio engineer so audio quality is very important to me. As such, I use wired connections as much as possible to maintain the integrity of the audio signal. However, many newer consumer-level products no longer have audio jacks, so I finally decided to invest in some wireless earbuds as a backup to the other earphones and headphones that I use. I didn’t want to spend a lot of money as I didn’t foresee myself using this product very much, and since this is my first foray into wireless audio earphones, if they were just ok or they broke after a while, then I wouldn’t feel too bad about the little money that I spent. Also, I wanted to focus on finding wireless earbuds with excellent audio quality first as I already have an excellent high-end bluetooth earpiece for cell phone use, and I wouldn’t be using this product as a bluetooth headset for my phone.After doing much research, I chose the JBL Vibe Beam’s as they were at my price point, I’m familiar with JBL products, and I could reasonably expect that they were likely deliver the high audio quality that I’ve come to expect from JBL products. In my research, I read reviews that complained about the harshness of the high end with high frequency instruments like cymbals or the lack of bass, so I was a bit concerned.When I received and started listening to my JBL Vibe Beams I understood what people were talking about. However, to correct the issues, first, one must have a great fit of the earbuds in their ears. I’m fortunate, in that with the medium tips that were already installed on the Vibe Beams, they made a snug fit in my ears right out of the box. If you find that these earbuds do not fit well in your ears it might be worthwhile to invest in a separate set of variable sized earbud tips, or try tips from one of your other well-fitting earbuds, if you have them. Once the earbuds were seated properly in my ear, that took care of the poor bass issue. (I have not worn them long-term so I can’t speak to them falling out of my ear, as others have mentioned, but they seem to stay in pretty well.)For the misaligned frequency response issue, fortunately, the JBL Headphone app that you can install on your cell phone includes a ten-band graphic equalizer that you can use to make adjustments to the frequency response of your earbuds. After listening to several of the reference tracks I use to check new audio equipment or my mixes against, I found that the only adjustments needed were carving out some of the upper midrange and making a very slight boost in the bottom end of the lower frequency spectrum. I’ve included a screenshot of my EQ curve which I based on the Bass preset in the JBL app. You can’t tell as there is no dB scale on the side, but I needed to cut or boost by only 1-2 dB. I find that my new EQ curve gives a more balanced frequency response than what came out of the box, and matches up well against the reference speaker system and headphones that I use for my audio mixing and mastering work. I invite you to use my EQ curve as a starting point and adjust as sounds best to you.I also read reviews complaining about the apparent lack of volume of the Vibe Beams. I connected the JBL’s to several different sources (phone, computer, TV, MP3 player, etc.) and I found that the overall maximum volume (with limiter off) is relatively lower than wired speaker versions. However, the input to the JBL’s is relative to the maximum output of the source itself. I found that the loudest level I could get came from my iPhone and the lowest level output came from my MP3 player (which probably doesn’t offer much output anyway being a tiny portable unit). As a comparison, I did a side-by-side test of the JBL’s with my wife’s AirPods (2nd gen). What I found was that the JBL’s offered an almost identical audio output level as the AirPods with any of the sources I used so that confirmed that the output level of the JBL’s has more to do with the source (and the source material as some songs are mastered at a lower volume than other songs) than with the earbuds themselves. During my test, I put the JBL’s at their maximum volume output (one tap at a time on the left bud to raise the volume). Also, I noticed during my testing that the AirPods had a pleasing midrange sound perfect for listening to podcasts or watching video, but the JBL’s excelled at full-range sound on the bottom and top ends of the frequency spectrum which made them sound much better over all and well-suited for music or listening to explosive action scenes in movies.And speaking of movies, the JBL app has a switchable audio/video mode. The video mode reduces the latency of the delivery of audio against picture, so there isn’t a noticeable lip-sync issue with dialogue in a scene. However, there is a slight degradation in the audio quality of ‘video’ mode versus ‘audio’ mode, but you will have to make the determination if the change in audio quality is acceptable to you.As a side note, I included a picture of the inner side of the earbuds. The ‘L’ and ‘R’ designations on the earbuds are tiny as you can see, plus they are the same color as the earbuds themselves, so they are very hard to see. I wish JBL had made the L/R letters bigger or at least made them a different color so they would be easier to see.The pairing process was fairly easy with all my bluetooth-capable devices and the range was good, only dropping out after walking approximately 60-70 feet from the source. There was one momentary dropout during my listening but that could be due to my wife using her AirPods the same time as I was using the JBL’s.I can’t speak to the other features of the JBL Vibe Beams as I don’t intend to use them, but as far as audio quality goes, with just a few minor tweaks, these bluetooth earbuds can go from sounding like a $50 pair of earbuds to a $500 pair of reference earphones.

  10. Melissa

    Fantastic headphones so far
    So I just opened them and tested them out so not a test of durability just yet. I was really impressed with them straight out of the box, being really easy to connect with Bluetooth on my phone. I downloaded the app thinking I was going to adjust the equalizer from other suggestions in reviews, but didn’t find that necessary. Played On My Knees by Rofus Du Sol and it was just so good. Good bass and overall sound.The app is kinda nice with the options for Ambient Aware and Talk thru options. Talk thru is quiet do a nice option for background music and the Ambient one is much louder and has a fuller sound, which is great because that why I usually go for over the ear head sets, but these work just as well for that.

  11. C. Shrake

    Not bad, could be better?
    They have a great battery. I often am assigned positions at work where I could wear one headphone and listen to a book, while working. For that, it rescues my sanity from boredom and I am grateful. I enjoy the ease to be able to tap to pause, should somethingarise that requires full and immediate attention. However, if I try to do this on say a meal break, I find that the act of chewing seems to dislodge the headphones from my ear affecting the overall fit. There are other times I find this to be a possibility. Say while running or bending. It’s rather annoying and I’d recommend a different set of headphones that don’t require much discretion and cardio or bending. For a bus commute or stationary desk position, I think they work great. The price isn’t bad either. They work fine for phone calls. This is my second set of these after losing my original pair. I’d probably buy them again if I lose these again. They are discreet enough in appearance that I often get away with them at work. I know I’m not the only one who does this either.

  12. Luis M. Arsuaga

    Good balance and very nice sound.
    I like that the sound volume is adequate, and it has good quality The controls are easy to use but you can’t set the ambient aware feature without setting it in the app. I found it difficult to get them out of the case. If you are not careful they might fall from your hands.Quality for price is excellent. Receiver of a call says they hear maybe to much ambient sound when using it in a call You can talk and hear ambient sounds at the same time. I believe that is a good feature as you are not completely isolated from the surrounds when placing a call.

  13. Willy H

    Great sound quality
    Great sound quality. Clear voice calls. Intuitive controls for next track, previous track, hold, and answering calls. This is my second pair after losing my original set. If I lose these I’ll buy them again. The battery life is not terrible. I usually wear one at a time and I get about six to seven hours of use from it. Just enough to get me through my shift at work. I really don’t sense noise cancelling technology other than the fact that when I wear both they’re stuffed inside my ear holes so it blocks out any noise…kinda like sticking your fingers in your ear to suppress outside noise.. I suppose you can consider that passive noise canceling.

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